Gardaí arrest 10 after Dublin shooting

Gardaí arrest 10 after Dublin shooting

Ten people have been arrested after the murder of a man in north county Dublin.

The victim in his 40s was gunned down on the Station Road in Portmarnock at around 10.30pm last night.

The victim died after being shot at least twice in the head on the station road near the DART station in Portmarnock last night.

As part of the investigation, gardaí made 10 early morning arrests across North Dublin.

The seven men and three women are being held at Finglas, Swords, Ballymun, Raheny and Clontarf garda stations for questioning.

The body remains here at the scene this morning and a post mortem will take place later.

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